Tuesday, 5 February 2013

Adventures in Magical Lotte World: Part 2

Click here to read Part 1 if you haven't already.

Back in the main park, we watched a parade of colourful carriages, zany characters, and...bubbles. Lots of bubbles.

This monorail runs around all of Lotte World, including Magic Island, providing great views of the theme park.

The French Revolution, a fast-paced roller coaster that winds across the main length of the theme park.
Exploring the second floor, we came across these cool "Trick Eye" paintings.
And I bet you thought she couldn't possibly be any more angelic.

This one's my favourite.
The return of The Stinker, which I saw last month at the Toilet Museum

We ate some really defensive hotdogs for lunch. It's okay to be junk food, hotdogs, we still love you!

Here we are experiencing the awesome (if slightly headache-inducing) thrills of the 4D cinema.
Back outside in Magic Island, where you can see the main park building's exterior.
We climbed halfway up the fairy castle.
The Gyro Swing.

The Gyro Drop.

Angela made some new friends.

The park was very well-lit during the evening.

In the queue for the Jungle Adventure ride.
Though we didn't get to ride as many roller coasters as we'd planned to, Angela and I left Lotte World extremely satisfied with the day we spent there. There was plenty of stuff to keep us entertained, and our theme park cravings were easily sated. As for the rides we missed out on? Well, there's always the summer time. Next time we'll visit on a weekday though!

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